New colors include Super Black and Deep Ocean Blue Pearl, bringing the palette to seven hues.

Nissan Murano

Interior and sheetmetal feature the new Nissan logo. All trim levels have been increased by $350.

The Murano S starts at $34,655, the Murano SV at $38,495, the Murano SL at $42,455, and the Murano Platinum at $46,505

Power goes to the front wheels with a standard 3.5-liter V6 engine with 260 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque. The extra $1,700 comes from all-wheel drive.

Nissan Safety Shield 360 features automatic emergency braking, automatic high-beam assist, blind spot warning, and lane departure warning.

Despite its enduring sheetmetal, the Murano earned an IIHS Top Safety Pick+ last year.

The new Murano will be joined by a new Armada, GT-R, Kicks, Rogue, and Nismo Z in 2024, while Nissan's Titan pickup hits the rocks.

Nissan Murano will remain unchanged in 2023 from 2022

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